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FDP

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Freie Demokratische Partei
[German: Free Democratic Party]
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The UVAS will share any results, analysis methodologies employed and data generated during the course of such studies and/or research with the FDP.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has been trying to forge a coalition between her Christian Democratic Union (CDU), its Bavarian sister party the Christian Social Union (CSU), the pro-business FDP and the Green party, following federal elections at the end of September.
FDP leader Christian Lindner said there was "no basis of trust" between them.
Nonetheless Ozdemir urged the conservatives to quickly invite the FDP and Greens to exploratory talks on forming a coalition.
Majority of the dentists preferred all ceramic (53%) for anterior FDP and ceramic fused to metal (61%) for posterior FDP.
We encountered an unusual case of closed avulsion of both flexor tendons of the little finger with a rupture of the FDP in zone 1 and FDS in zone 3.
Within the sheaths, FDS and FDP are tethered to phalanxes by expressions of mesotendons named vincula brevia and longa which also carry the blood supply to tendons 5-7.
sup][14] Taken together, these observations support a notion that plasma Fg or FDP may serve as a mediator linking to thrombotic disease and clinical outcomes.
For FDP a mean complication incidence of 27% was calculated while evaluating the prostheses for periods between 5 - 14 years.
The strength of the other parties varies by region as well, with both the Green Party (Biindnis 90/Griine) and the FDP much weaker in the east, and the AfD significantly stronger there, even surpassing the 5 per cent threshold.
According to an FDP spokesman, Klinz arrived at the party conference without ambitions but was persuaded to stand again by the delegates of his home Land of Hesse, who installed him on top of their list.
Humiliatingly, the FDP will have to vacate its offices in Parliament, the first time since the Federal Republic of Germany was created in 1949.